FFotD, etc.

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This foliage photo (local telco office) is unrelated to the following post.

It has become a tradition for us to spend a few days on the North Shore every year in mid-October to celebrate our wedding anniversary. (43 years!) And thus, again this year. we spent a few blissful and restful days in a log cabin.

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Smokey brought along a jigsaw puzzle.

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Never let it be said that I will boycott a puzzle just because it is not an image I might have chosen.

We stayed at Lamb’s Resort in one of the original cabins, probably from the 1920s.

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Find the dogs in the photo. They were helping me read on the porch.

I had forgotten my insulated coffee tumbler at home and lamented to Smokey that I would have to drink my coffee from a glass.

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“There are no cups here!” I whined. I had the best laugh of the year when he pointed out that there were, in fact, plenty of cups available.

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Weather was beautiful for two of the three days we were there.

This is a tradition I can really get behind. Until next year….

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9 Responses to FFotD, etc.

  1. Carole says:

    That looks wonderful and like the kind of getaway Dale and I would enjoy as well. Happy Anniversary to you and Smokey!

  2. gayle says:

    Happy anniversary! Looks like a perfect way to celebrate!

  3. Diane says:

    Looks simply lovely!

  4. Kat with a K says:

    Happy Anniversary to you both! What a beautiful place to celebrate!

  5. I love a cabin near a quiet lake. LOVE LOVE LOVE it. Thanks for the relaxing photos

  6. Nicole says:

    Happy Anniversary! That looks like a lovely tradition. And I also love the FFotD. The red & green juxtaposition always makes me happy.

  7. Kym says:

    What a perfect get-away! Happy anniversary! XO

  8. KSD says:

    Oh, I love jigsaw puzzles! One of the things I was sure to bring back from my parents’ house were all my mother’s puzzles. Lots of memories there.

  9. Victoria says:

    That looks like a nice place! We stayed at a different resort not far from there a few years ago on our way to Grand Marais. So pretty up there…

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